- Jeu en Anglais
- Nombre de joueur: 2 - 4
- Durée: 30 - 60 min
- Âge Suggéré: 6+
"Qwirkle" (don't strangle yourself by saying it out loud) is therefore related to dominoes, although the hard-core will argue that here the pieces have only one data. The game is composed of pieces of six different shapes and six different colours, that is 36 pieces, all of them in triplicate for a total of 108 pieces. As with dominoes, the principle is quite simple. One piece must be placed one after the other, as long as it shares the same shape or colour. As in "Genial" The player then scores as many points as there are now in the completed line.
Well, there are a few constraints. It is not possible to put a green square in a line where there is already another green square (and the same goes for the colors). So a line can't be more than six pieces long. On the other hand, it is quite possible for the same piece to fit into two different rows (and then, of course, one of the two rows must be considered as a column...) to score even more points. It is even possible to place several pieces in turn, as long as they are placed in the same row (or column if you followed...). Ah yes! In front of him, a player always has six pieces. It's up to him to know how to keep them from one turn to another, or not.
By realizing a Qwirkle (ah if, finally, one day, it will perhaps be one day in the dictionary), i.e. a line of six pieces, a player gets a bonus of six points. The goal is of course to be the one with the most points at the end of the game.
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